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United Airlines said it would resume services after grounding all domestic flights following a computer glitch on Sunday. [Read More]
Samsung's investigation says faulty battery design and production are to blame for the Galaxy Note 7's early demise. [Read More]
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We asked: "Why are you here today?" [Read More]
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The company's report says faulty battery design and production are to blame. [Read More]
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Releasing your company's diversity statistics can help you recruit better talent and create a more equal workforce. [Read More]
President Donald Trump will not release his tax returns, senior adviser Kellyanne Conway tells ABC's "This Week." [Read More]
Reflecting decades of decline in women's involvement in tech. [Read More]
M. Night Shyamalan's horror film, Split topped the weekend box office, earning $40.2 million... [Read More]
Tornadoes swept across the Southeast Saturday, leaving at least 15 dead and another 43 injured in Mississippi and Georgia. [Read More]
The newest Model S variant will take you 335 miles on a single charge – further than many gas-powered cars go on a tank. [Read More]
The comedian reflects on Donald Trump's inauguration, the Women's March on Washington, immigration, and radical Islamic terrorism. [Read More]
Television coverage of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration reached an average total of 30.6 million viewers... [Read More]
30.6 million viewers tuned in... [Read More]
He also criticized the many celebrities that took part in the marches. [Read More]
Data on accidents and pollution will be safeguarded by third parties. [Read More]
German leaders continue to be skeptical of Trump's ascendence. [Read More]
It depends on how he confronts public spending. [Read More]
Parking and ridership were lower than for Women's March and all recent inaugurations. [Read More]
Putin, played by Beck Bennett, says of Trump, "You are worried that the country is in the hands of this unpredictable man. It's not." [Read More]
"Change comes from large groups of angry people." [Read More]
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